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help with new build pc

Postby eraizgnN on 04/22/2018, 8:53 am

hello everyone,

I will buy a new workstation for a video editing, color grading and basic 3D, but read and watch lots of information about build and so confused.

What do you think? Ive just wanted to edit easily 4K-6K-8K video edit, color grading etc without no freeze. Render time is no important for me as first.

ASUS PRIME X299-A INTEL X299, DDR4, LGA2066, SATA6Gb/s, USB3.1, PCI-E 3.0 ATX
INTEL Core i9-7940X 3.10GHz-4.30GHz, 19.25MB, 165W, 14/28, DDR4, 14nm, LGA2066
MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X Trio 11GB 352 bit DDR5 DX(12) PCI-E 3.0
Samsung 960 PRO 1TB SSD m.2 NVMe MZ-V6P1T0BW
Kingston HyperX Fury 64GB(4x16GB) 2400MHz DDR4 Ram HX424C15FBK2
Corsair Hydro H150i PRO RGB 360mm
Thermaltake Core X71 FullTower

I7 8700K or 7700 is better than i9-7940x? in Adobe?
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Re: help with new build pc

Postby maket888 on 12/11/2018, 12:59 pm

I was in the same boat! Great config! I was looking at the same config for Adobe AE + Davinci Resolve 6K/8K, but after all ended up with prebuilt workstation from Bizon since they have much better design and quiet cooling system. Building by yourself is a big risk when it comes to commercial projects. With prebuilt you covered by warranty, support, testing and configuring system.
Check this workstations below: ... tomize.php
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